Bruster’s Real Ice Cream may have been founded and headquartered in Pennsylvania, but its largest market is Georgia with a significant concentration in the Atlanta area.
Damon Wood and his wife Michelle Wood first ventured 250 miles to Bruster’s Real Ice Cream to try premium ice cream.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream isn’t sleeping on PJ Day. Instead, the company is kicking off spring early with an appreciation event centered on bringing together customers and community members.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream, with legions of fans in the East and Southeast, is rapidly finding new ones in the South and West—key regions in its national expansion strategy.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream named Thomas J. “T.J.” Tranel vice president of Real Estate, as it continues to add franchised locations at a fast pace.
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream has opened a third location in California as it embarks on an ambitious development campaign to add locations in the West and Southwest.